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Age? What About It?

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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on January 3, 2002 21:16:19 UTC

Do photons really "not age", or do they age but just don't show the signs of aging?


Isn't a clock/watch (timepiece) just a "perspective" mechanism? Or is it a simple guide?

I find, in my opinion, that we (us humans) use the timepiece as a measurment tool that "pounds out"/"shapes" the history puzzle. We apply the effects of time to everything (age). What makes photons so different. Or once again I ask, do they not appear to show their age?



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